Jewlicious: Celebration of Jewish Cool Letter From Long Beach, CA by Gordon Haber I’ve just spent my entire weekend at the sixth annual Jewlicious Festival in Long Beach, Calif., and I’m exhausted. Between sundown Friday and Sunday afternoon, I have eaten Jewish food, exe … [Read more...] about Jewlicious Cool
Last week, at the General Assembly in Washington DC, ROI, PresenTense, Jumpstart, the Center for Leadership Initiatives, Bikkurim and Jewlicious Festival, all official fans of challah, innovation, and Eli Winkelman, sponsored an event in honor of Challah for Hunger’s fifth a … [Read more...] about Innovation, By the Loaf
Seriously… Seth Godin wrote a scathing blog post about fear induced institutional torpor found in established non-profit organizations: "These organizations exist solely to make change. That’s why you joined, isn’t it? … The problem facing your group, ironically, is the re … [Read more...] about Fear of Change
by Joshua Avedon Seth Cohen recently challenged us to think about 5 key questions facing Jewish innovation. While we hope his excellent analysis continues to spark a broader conversation in the Jewish world, Jumpstart sees a big picture answer emerging to the "How?" issue he … [Read more...] about The Jewish Innovation Pipeline: A Google Chrome OS for New Jewish Organizations?
It’s been a week since the Jewlicious Festival ended. I thought some kind of broad recap would be in order and might even prove to be somewhat instructive to those of you out there who are into that sort of thing, like readers of eJewish Philanthropy or the Fundermentalist. Both o … [Read more...] about State of the Jewnion